This Storybook, Very Québécoise Tiny Home For Sale Right Outside Montreal Is Just $349,000

It has a big terrasse in the back!
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This Adorable Tiny Home For Sale In Boucherville Is $349,000

Whoever said you can't live a storybook life? This adorable home for sale in Boucherville offers a chance to own a piece of Quebec history — and feel like a Disney character every day.

The house, a two-bedroom, one-bathroom abode in Vieux-Boucherville, is on the market for $349,000.

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The super charming exterior seems to stand out in the neighbourhood — a neighbourhood the City of Boucherville says is "considered one of the jewels of Quebec's architectural heritage."

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In the back, there's a large deck and patio.

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The interior is as cozy as you'd expect, with exposed wood beams and a woodstove in the living room.

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The contemporary kitchen is partially tucked under the staircase by the front door.

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Adjacent to the entrance is an intimate dining room.

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The main bedroom is upstairs (look at the wide floorboards!).

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The second bedroom is in the basement, off of a small sitting area.

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Get all the details below.

Ancestral Home For Sale In Boucherville

Price: $349,000

Address: 30, rue de Montbrun, Boucherville, QC,

Description: An adorable little home in a historic neighbourhood 30 minutes from downtown Montreal.

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